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Poster: kochman Date: Apr 10, 2009 5:09pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Top 64

Well, some of you may have seen our March Deadness, based of the previous Top 50 we had all voted on.

We are voting again, this time, for the NEW Top 64 (so when next march comes, it will fit in the brackets better!). All are welcome.
You have to be a member to vote, but membership is free of course.

http://lostsailorpub.forumup.it/forum-55-lostsailorpub.html

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Poster: wineland Date: Apr 10, 2009 10:06pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: mickmac...

Along the same lines... mickmac, congratulations on winning the LMA March Madness bracket picks. Your picks in round one was what put you on top. Nice work!


From ESPN, Joe Taylor only missed on 5 of his picks...

We have a winner!
by ESPN Fantasy



Is there any better way to win a cool $10,000 in cash than by watching your favorite college hoops team bring home the championship? Longtime ESPN.com member and North Carolina Tar Heels fan Joseph Taylor from New Jersey came into the day as the unofficial leader in Tournament Challenge, and following the Tar Heels' 89-72 win over Michigan State, he's the unofficial winner, pending verification of eligibility.

Taylor's "joet7247" entry had but five misses in the entire tournament, only one of them beyond the second round. His pick of UNC to win it all helped him hold off a number of other high-scoring entries that also picked North Carolina. Those admirable efforts finish just behind him on the Tournament Challenge leaderboard.

Thanks for playing Tournament Challenge, and we hope to see you back again to show off your wares next year.



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